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Investing basics for beginners. Step 1 for information on investments types. This presentation shows different types of investments available at beginner level. Special thanks and citation to Mutual Funds for Dummies book and Eric Tyson
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http://artofsmartmoney.com http://artofthinkingsmart.com Now, let’s move on to discussing some basic investment options. There are many types of investments to choose from and we’re going to discuss a few of the more common options. In order to begin to understand which investment types are best for you and your goals, it’s important to understand their characteristics and why they may be suitable for a particular investment objective.
This BTEC Nationals Level 3 resource has been created to help with the Unit 3 Personal and Business Finance unit that is assessed in the form of an examination at the end of unit. This resource focuses on the different types of investments that are possible. More resources and material can be found at; www.beebusinessbee.co.uk